Issuing trigger warnings to those planning to watch theaters Thor: Love and ThunderAnd criticizing Marvel’s decision not to include one at the beginning of the film.
The new film, which is a sequel to the 2017 film Thor: RagnarokChris Hemsworth, Tessa Thompson and Natalie Portman stars.
Portman returns to the franchise for the first time since 2014 Thor: The Dark WorldDirector Taika Waititi gave her character, Dr. Jane Foster, an enhanced role.
*Spoilers follow – you have been warned*
In the film, Jane is diagnosed with stage four cancer and, in one scene, is shown undergoing chemotherapy treatment.
Those who have seen the film since its release on Thursday (July 7) are alerting their Twitter followers to the fact that scenes showing Jen’s treatment may be triggering for those who either Have gone through it myself, or someone has to go through it. ,
“If you plan to see Thor: Love and Thunder and cancer/cancer treatment, it’s a very prevalent theme and plot driver in the film,” cautioned one viewer: “Prepare yourself and take care of yourself when you need it.”
Another viewer said: “No spoilers, but Thor: Love and Thunder There should have been a trigger warning for the graphic depiction of cancer and the fact that we didn’t know it was atrocious to go into. ,
“If you have a medical or cancer trigger, I’ll shed some light on the plot before deciding whether to watch it or not,” said another, adding: “I knew in the comics that Jane had cancer. It has been mentioned many times since this movie was announced and yet the cancer scenes are still tough. If you have lost someone to cancer then prepare yourself.”
However, some praised the film for its portrayal of someone suffering from cancer, with one person writing: “The story of Jane Foster had crazy emotional resonance for me. My mother and a close friend both died from cancer a few years ago.” The fight was fought. Thor’s desire to save Jane and Jane’s conflict really hits home. I think we all need to hear a story like this.”
Meanwhile, Waititi has been criticized for highlighting and “joking” the visual effects in a certain scene of the new film during an interview, claiming that Marvel “overworks” its VFX staff.
Another movie released this week that people are warning potential viewers about is a new Netflix documentary girl in the pictureWhich many are calling “horrible” and “the most horrifying thing ever”.
Thor: Love and Thunder is in theaters now, and you can read independentVerdict on the film here.
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